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Leo Hall

Leo Hall is one of Marist's traditional residence halls and houses approximately 317 first-years. There are seven floors in this building, and it is equipped with one elevator, as well and the two main sets of stairs. Residents live in double rooms.  Double rooms are furnished with two beds, two desks, and two dressers, as well as an in-wall closet.  Laundry facilities are located on the ground floor of Leo Hall.  This residence hall is co-ed by floor, with each floor having a shared bathroom with showers, lavatories, and sinks. There is one RA per floor, and one RD for the entire building.

Entry into Leo Hall is done by swipe access through the main door to the residence hall. Each student must swipe his or her Marist ID card to get into the building. 




Leo Hall Quick Facts:

  • Double occupancy rooms
  • Dry residence facility with no alcohol permitted
  • Smoke-free residence area
  • Clear view of the Hudson River
  • Stone Lounge on first floor with big screen TV
  • Lounge on ground floor with big screen TV
  • Quiet study lounges on the fourth and sixth floors
  • Vending machines on ground floor
  • A full kitchen with a microwave and dining area on the first floor
  • Laundry facilities available in building
  • One microwave per bedroom allowed (700 watt maximum)
  • Refrigerator allowed in bedroom (3.6 cubic feet maximum)
  • Students living in Leo are required to be on the Anytime Dining meal plan
  • 24-hour ID card access
  • Live-in professional staff members (Resident Director, First Year Coordinator, and a member of the Department of Spiritual Life and Service )
  • Resident Assistant on every floor



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Common Area

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Resident Director Chad Graham x3717 LE 105
Resident Assistant Office   x4563  LE 107



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